Friday, October 26, 2012

Closer to Two


Photos by Mandy Stansberry Photography
Simon is 18 months. This kid is definitely finding his personality, his vocabulary, and his "self" awareness. And by that I mostly mean he has discovered "mine", and is not shy to voice it.

He is a champ at any stare contest. 
His favorites are his blanket, cars, books, and both grandpas.
Two of my favorites of his new phrases: "I don't know." and "Wha ya doin'?" The voice makes these.
He attempts to say anything that he hears, and we have about a 50% chance of understanding him. 
He has also picked up on the art of annoying your sibling, and will randomly pester him. 
He has also discovered a fake 'he he' laugh that makes him even cuter than he already is - cause I think he's the cutest little dude out there.
Love that kid!

Monday, October 22, 2012

Roadtrippin'

Cousins on the road to Grandma Jewell's

Third year...

Breakfast together

River rock throwin'

We love great-grandma Jewell!


Friday, October 19, 2012

Random Picture Mash-Up


Cute Cruisers
Library Nerds
Family Pic Preview: Ross Family Band
   Had a garage sale. Sold my first refurbished furniture (from 5 years ago)             in hopes of something new...
A family that carves together awkward smiles together

   Picture day at school (this pic added for documentation of rare sweet brother moment) 


Green Friday: plate, cup, PJs, pancakes. This dude loves green.

And for some Friday Fun, here's H rockin' out to  
Matt Stansberry and the Romance.

                              

Thursday, October 11, 2012

We are officially festive








The below pics are from last year, but I somehow didn't post them, so I'm doing so now because I can.






Monday, October 08, 2012

Henson is 3 1/2 as of Saturday. He achieved this milestone with a 102 fever two days straight. Way to go, dude! Aside from that, I'm documenting this because I cannot believe how much bigger/older he seems from his 3 year birthday til now. He seriously cracks me up every day, and the toddler-sized meltdowns and tantrums are becoming sliiiiiiighly less dramatic. Slightly. Progress.